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  • Protect yourself after a data breach

    I returned from vacation this week to find one of those lovely letters at home alerting me that my personal information may have been stolen in the data breach that hit physicians affiliated with Community Health Systems. The next day I heard about...
  • Texas presents witnesses in defense of voter ID law

    AUSTIN, Texas Lawyers from the Texas attorney general's office presented witnesses Wednesday in federal court defending the state voter ID law as necessary and attempting to rebuff claims that it is discriminatory. The state's case in the federal trial,...
  • Allentown Fair preview: Here's what's new and what remains the 'heart of the fair'

     
    Much of the appeal of the Allentown Fair is how much remains dependably the same. Its carnival rides and attractions (which still cover the largest part of the fairgrounds). Its Labor Day run. And especially its agricultural heritage, with livestock......
  • Police arrest suspect in quadruple Florida killing, rescue boy

    TAMPA Fla. (Reuters) - Police arrested a man suspected in four killings and rescued a 4-year-old boy with him in a SWAT operation at a hotel in Tampa, Florida, early on Friday, authorities said. Adam Matos, 28, was apprehended at the Floridan Palace...
  • Officials in Md., Va. investigate report that 164 voted in both states

    Officials in Md., Va. investigate report that 164 voted in both states
    The State Board of Elections has alerted the Office of the State Prosecutor to a report that 164 people voted in both Maryland and Virginia in the November 2012 presidential election, in violation of the law. Election officials confirmed Thursday that...
  • South Africa denies Dalai Lama visa again

    CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa has denied a visa to the Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual leader, for the third time in five years, one of his representatives said on Thursday, intensifying speculation about the extent of Beijing's sway over Pretoria....
  • Innocent man jailed and someone should be held accountable

    News item in Thursday's edition of The Morning Call: Two brothers were released after spending more than 30 years in prison in North Carolina for crimes they never committed — the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl. As reported in that and...
  • With free visas, Thailand tells Chinese tourists 'please come back soon'

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - To make vacationing in a country still under martial law a little more attractive, Thailand's military junta is offering tourists from China free visas. Chinese are the biggest visitors to Thailand, accounting for 18 percent of total...
  • Hacker broke into HealthCare.gov website: WSJ

    (Reuters) - HealthCare.gov website was broken into by a hacker in July and was used to upload malicious software, the Wall Street Journal, reported citing federal officials. Investigators did not find any proof that users' personal data was stolen in the...
  • Police officers using controversial network to keep tabs on motorists [w/video]

     
    Filed under: Government/Legal Information includes details like motorists' social security numbers, addresses, identifying tattoos and hunches about which drivers to stop. Law enforcement officers across the country have been using a private intelligence....
  • Left unchecked, Islamic State threatens West, anti-terror chief says

    Left unchecked, Islamic State threatens West, anti-terror chief says
    A day after video surfaced of a black-hooded executioner beheading a second American journalist, National Counterterrorism Center Director Matthew Olsen played down fears that the Islamic State posed an immediate threat to the U.S. homeland. But he...